Paul Stanley: Hall Of Fame Induction Not Likely To Include Original Members

When KISS is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, it won't be with the band's original members, according to guitarist Paul Stanley.

"Seems unlikely," Stanley said on Twitter. And, in response to a follow-up question, "Any plans on wearing make-up with Ace and Peter," he stated, "No way."

Bassist Gene Simmons previously told that there was no chance of a reunion, though he later changed his mind, saying, "Sure, why not?"

Former guitarist Ace Frehley also told Q104.3FM that he was confident that he and drummer Peter Criss would play with Stanley and Simmons. He added that while he'd be happy to see current members Tommy Thayer and Eric Singer take part too, he didn't want them wearing make-up along with the original members:

"If those guys want to come up, out of makeup, and do 'Rock And Roll All Nite' with the whole cast of the show, that would be a great thing. They deserve a little. But this is about the celebration of KISS and how it all began, and it should be honoring the four original members."

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